Davis v. BOJ of WNC, LLC

Filing 55

ORDER granting 53 Motion for Leave to Appear pro hac vice for attorney Charles Jones. Signed by Magistrate Judge Brian K. Epps on 5/9/22. (wwp)

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United States District Court Case 1:21-cv-00155-JRH-BKE Document 55 Filed 05/09/22 Page 1 of 1 Southern District of Georgia TOCCARA DAVIS, a Guardian or D.W., a minor, ________________________ Plaintiff v. 1:21-cv-00155-JRH-BKE Case No. ________________________ BOJ OF WNC, LLC, Appearing on behalf of Houston Casualty/Tokio Marine America _________________________________ (Plaintiff/Defendant) ________________________ Defendant ORDER OF ADMISSION It appearing to the Court that the requirements stated in LR 83.4 for admission pro hac vice have been satisfied, Petitioner’s request to appear pro hac vice in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia in the subject case is GRANTED. This 9th day of May, 2022. _____________________________ _____________________ _ _ UNITED STATES DISTRICT/MAGISTRATE JUDGE ITED STATES DISTRICT/MAGIST TED CT CT ***** NAME OF PETITIONER: Charles A. Jones ______________________________________________________ Business Address: Troutman Pepper Hamilton Sanders LLP ______________________________________________________ Firm/Business Name 401 Ninth St. NW ______________________________________________________ Street Address 20004 Washington DC _____________________ ______________________ ________ Street Address (con’t) City State Zip ______________________________________________________ Mailing Address (if other than street address) _____________________ ______________________ ________ Address Line 2 City State Zip 202.662.2074 __________________________________ ___________________ Telephone Number (w/ area code) Georgia Bar Number Email Address: tony.jones@troutman.com ______________________________________________________

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